M.A.L.D., Tufts University
Meghan joined J-PAL in 2012 to assist with policy analysis and outreach. She is responsible for writing policy publications, conducting cost-effectiveness analysis, and sharing lessons from J-PAL evaluations with policymakers. Meghan holds an M.A.L.D. from The Fletcher School, Tufts University where she focused her studies on Development Economics and Program Evaluation. Prior to joining J-PAL, she worked as a trade policy analyst, conducting analysis for US policymakers and researching the effects of international trade policy on the US economy. Meghan has also spent time in rural Nicaragua, working on the evaluation of the pilot of a microcredit and sustainable agriculture program. She received her BA in International Relations and Economics from American University.